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Jordan appeals for more aid as most Syrian Refugees set to stay
Jordan appeals for more aid as most Syrian Refugees set to stay

Jordan appeals for more aid as most Syrian Refugees set to stay

The Prime Minister of Jordan Omar Al Razzaz, has appealed to major donors to send more humanitarian aid and support as the Syrian Refugees who had moved away from their homeland due to the eight year conflict and settled in Jordan’s kingdom had no intentions of moving out of the kingdom anytime sooner. The PM also told the major donors from the west, the UN agencies and NGOs that relatively a lesser number of refugees had gone back to Syria since the Syrian President Bashar al Assad’s army regained control last summer of southern Syria. He said that the number of people who went back was quite low and most of those still there did not have any intentions of going back.

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